San Diego, CA (February 3, 2014)—Equator Audio has introduced its new Francis Buckley/Equator (FB/E) Sound Abatement Panels.
Developed in conjunction with Francis Buckley, Grammy Award-winning engineer/producer and host of the Internet TV show Studio Rescue, the new FB/E Sound Abatement Panels aim to address controlling sound reflections in the mix position.
Designed with the project studio in mind, the FB/E Sound Abatement Panels are manufactured from high-density cotton material for maximum absorption. The panels are lightweight and cut to 1 foot by 2 foot size with a 2-inch depth. The compact dimensions of the FB/E Sound Abatement Panels are intended toprovide greater flexibility for positioning. There is no fiberglass used in the manufacturing of these panels, so there is no carcinogenic risk—making them a ‘green’ solution for sound control.
“Our new FB/E Sound Abatement Panels effectively absorb unwanted primary reflections that can interfere with the mix position. Acoustical treatment is a very important consideration for any critical listening space and yet there is relatively little focus on it—particularly for the home studio operator,” commented Francis Buckley.